February 16, 2007
Congressman Virgil Goode is speaking out again about Muslims. The Virginia Republican said that a nonbinding measure opposing President Bush's troop surge would "comfort and encourage the radical Muslims who want to destroy our country."
Goode went on and told his colleagues that Islamic jihadists would want U.S. currency to say "in Muhammad we trust," with an Islamic flag
flying over the White House and U.S. Capitol.
In December Goode angered Muslims when he questioned Minnesota
Congressman Keith Ellison's decision to be sworn in on the Quran
instead of the Bible. He warned that more Muslims would be elected
to office unless immigration was limited.